More than 50 students rallied and marched across the Niagara University campus Monday speaking out against what they say are "social and racial inequalities" at their school. WBFO's Focus on Education reporter Eileen Buckley was there as students marched to the president's office.
WBFO's Eileen Buckley was on Niagara University's campus during a student protest.
Completion of the latest phase of an affordable housing development project in Buffalo was celebrated Monday morning, as a ceremonial ribbon-cutting ceremony was held to mark 50 new housing units at the AD Price site.
A new group has been launched to help expand Uber, Lyft and other ridesharing platforms across the state. The effort is being led by the Internet Association, which represents dozens of well known companies, from Amazon to Zenga.
As Buffalo and the Catholic Diocese have closed schools, the buildings have gone off-line and into an aging and empty status. Now, the demand for better housing is making some of the buildings more attractive for re-use.
As the November issue of Buffalo Spree magazine proclaims, it’s soup season in Western New York. Spree associate editor and WBFO contributor Wendy Guild Swearingen visited one local restaurant, Buffalo Proper, to find out what’s hot in the soup world.
A conversation about soup with Buffalo Proper executive chef Edward Forster
Some refugees seeking asylum in Buffalo have experienced or witnessed torture in their countries. WBFO's Eileen Buckley say the Western New York Center for Survivors of Torture is working to train doctors to assist in the on-going treatment of these victims.
WBFO's Eileen Buckley reports on training for medical providers by the WNY Center for Survivors of Torture.
State Senator Marc Panepinto, a Buffalo Democrat, urged his Republican colleagues to get behind a proposal that would fund paid family leave in New York State through a modest payroll deduction of less than a dollar per week.
The Bills' 22-17 victory over the New York Jets Thursday night was fueled by the production of their offensive backfield. On Friday morning's Beyond the Playbook, analyst Matt Sabuda says key performances were turned in by LeSean McCoy and Karlos Williams.